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SOCIAL AND DEMOGRAPHIC DESCRIPTORS OF A SAMPLE OF PROBATIONERS Self-report data from a SPIN sample of 3386 probationers processed through Intake from 3.2.00 - 3.30.01 METHODOLOGY Initial Intake and Assessment Form (IIAF) filled out by probationers coming through Intake

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SOCIAL AND DEMOGRAPHIC DESCRIPTORS OF A SAMPLE OF PROBATIONERS

Self-report data from a SPIN sample of 3386 probationers processed through Intake from 3.2.00 - 3.30.01


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METHODOLOGY PROBATIONERS

  • Initial Intake and Assessment Form (IIAF) filled out by probationers coming through Intake

  • 30 items from IIAF captured electronically in SPIN

  • These data look at 3386 probationers

  • Compliments the August 2000 report of probationers coming through Intake from 9.99 - 3.1.00

From a SPIN sample of 3386 probationers processed through Intake from 3.2.00 - 3.30.01


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AGE/RACE/GENDER/RISK PROBATIONERS

  • Average age of sample = 33 years

  • Almost 1 out of every 3 probationers in sample is a person of color with Black (non-Hispanic) most frequently identified person of color

  • 74% males

  • 39% limited risk; 37% medium risk

From a SPIN sample of 3386 probationers processed through Intake from 3.2.00 - 3.30.01


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HEALTH INSURANCE PROBATIONERS

From a SPIN sample of 3386 probationers processed through Intake from 3.2.00 - 3.30.01


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ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME PROBATIONERS

From a SPIN sample of 3386 probationers processed through Intake from 3.2.00 - 3.30.01


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EDUCATION: HIGHEST/DIPLOMA DEGREE EARNED PROBATIONERS

From a SPIN sample of 3386 probationers processed through Intake from 3.2.00 - 3.30.01


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EMPLOYABILITY PROBATIONERS

From a SPIN sample of 3386 probationers processed through Intake from 3.2.00 - 3.30.01


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MARITAL STATUS PROBATIONERS

From a SPIN sample of 3386 probationers processed through Intake from 3.2.00 - 3.30.01


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LIVING SITUATION PROBATIONERS

From a SPIN sample of 3386 probationers processed through Intake from 3.2.00 - 3.30.01


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PRIMARY SOURCE OF INCOME PROBATIONERS

From a SPIN sample of 3386 probationers processed through Intake from 3.2.00 - 3.30.01


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AREAS OF NEED PROBATIONERS

  • 19% report inadequate food for family

  • 17% receive Food Stamps

  • 10% are IV drug users

  • Average age at first arrest = 23.39

  • 25% under influence at time of first arrest

  • 47% have had A/D evaluation; 1 out of every 5 within the last six months

  • 18% have been in Detox at least once

From a SPIN sample of 3386 probationers processed through Intake from 3.2.00 - 3.30.01


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AREAS OF NEED PROBATIONERS

  • 9% are homeless

  • 14% report mental problems

  • 17% report history of physical/emotional abuse

    • 13% from family member

    • 29% from close friend

    • 9% from intimate partner

From a SPIN sample of 3386 probationers processed through Intake from 3.2.00 - 3.30.01


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THIS SAMPLE COMPARED TO AUGUST 2000 REPORT PROBATIONERS

  • For the most part sample demographics did not differ from sample period one to sample period two

  • Sample period two offenders:

    • 5% less of sample had annual household income <$5,000

    • 5% less of sample owned home/apt

    • 5% less of sample had A/D eval within 6 mos

From a SPIN sample of 3386 probationers processed through Intake from 3.2.00 - 3.30.01


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